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The 1875 season of the National Association was the fifth and last season of the league. Six of the league's teams would go on to play in the National League in 1876.

Contents

[edit] Season summary

[edit] Standings

Bold indicates league champion
Rank Team G W L T WPCT GB RS (RS/G) RA (RA/G) AVG OBP SLG ERA FPCT
1 Boston Red Stockings 82 71 8 3 .866 -.- 831 (10.13) 343 (4.18) 0.320 0.326 0.407 1.70 0.868
2 Hartford Dark Blues 86 54 28 4 .628 18.5 557 (6.48) 343 (3.99) 0.261 0.270 0.313 1.61 0.882
3 Philadelphia Athletics 77 53 20 4 .688 15.0 699 (9.08) 402 (5.22) 0.290 0.298 0.375 2.11 0.876
4 St. Louis Brown Stockings 70 39 29 2 .557 26.5 386 (5.51) 369 (5.27) 0.239 0.249 0.291 2.11 0.869
5 Philadelphia Whites 70 37 31 2 .529 28.5 470 (6.71) 376 (5.37) 0.251 0.257 0.301 2.15 0.846
6 New York Mutuals 71 30 38 3 .423 35.5 328 (4.62) 425 (5.99) 0.233 0.239 0.290 2.40 0.838
7 Chicago White Stockings 69 30 37 2 .435 35.0 379 (5.49) 416 (6.03) 0.262 0.269 0.304 2.40 0.860
8 New Haven Elm Citys 47 7 40 0 .149 48.0 170 (3.62) 397 (8.45) 0.219 0.225 0.261 3.34 0.816
9 Washington Nationals 28 5 23 0 .179 40.5 107 (3.82) 338 (12.07) 0.195 0.199 0.229 4.86 0.794
10 St. Louis Red Stockings 19 4 15 0 .211 37.0 60 (3.16) 161 (8.47) 0.201 0.217 0.233 3.37 0.833
11 Philadelphia Centennials 14 2 12 0 .143 36.5 70 (5.00) 138 (9.86) 0.238 0.250 0.285 3.93 0.769
12 Brooklyn Atlantics 44 2 42 0 .045 51.5 132 (3.00) 438 (9.95) 0.197 0.202 0.233 3.95 0.801
13 Keokuk Westerns 13 1 12 0 .077 37.0 45 (3.46) 88 (6.77) 0.180 0.182 0.227 2.81 0.859

[edit] League leaders

Bold indicates league record, Italics indicate all-time record

[edit] Batting

Statistic Leader Team Number
Games Played Tom Carey
Jack Remsen
Tom York
Hartford Dark Blues
Hartford Dark Blues
Hartford Dark Blues
86
At Bats George Wright Boston Red Stockings 408
Runs Scored Ross Barnes Boston Red Stockings 115
Hits Ross Barnes Boston Red Stockings 143
Doubles Cal McVey Boston Red Stockings 36
Triples Bill Craver Philadelphia Centennials/Philadelphia Athletics 13
Home Runs Jim O'Rourke Boston Red Stockings 6
Total Bases Cal McVey Boston Red Stockings 201
Runs Batted In Cal McVey Boston Red Stockings 87
Stolen Bases Tim Murnane Philadelphia Whites 30
Caught Stealing Jack Burdock
Scott Hastings
Hartford Dark Blues
Chicago White Stockings
11
Walks Herman Dehlman St. Louis Brown Stockings 11
Strikeouts Herman Dehlman St. Louis Brown Stockings 21
Batting Average Deacon White Boston Red Stockings 0.367
On-Base Percentage Ross Barnes Boston Red Stockings 0.375
Slugging Percentage Cal McVey Boston Red Stockings 0.517
On-Base plus Slugging Cal McVey Boston Red Stockings 0.873
On-Base plus Slugging Plus Lip Pike St. Louis Brown Stockings 202

[edit] Pitching

Statistic Leader Team Number
Wins Al Spalding Boston Red Stockings 55
Losses Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 38
Win-Loss Percentage Al Spalding Boston Red Stockings 0.917
Appearances Al Spalding Boston Red Stockings 72
Games Started Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 70
Complete Games Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 69
Shutouts Candy Cummings
Al Spalding
George Zettlein
Hartford Dark Blues
Boston Red Stockings
Chicago White Stockings/Philadelphia Whites
7
Saves Al Spalding Boston Red Stockings 8
Innings Pitched Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 626.2
Hits Allowed Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 709
Home Runs Allowed John Cassidy
Cherokee Fisher
Brooklyn Atlantics/New Haven Elm Citys
Philadelphia Whites
6
Base-on-Balls Allowed Mike Golden
Dick McBride
Keokuk Westerns/Chicago White Stockings
Philadelphia Athletics
25
Strikeouts Frank Fleet St. Louis Brown Stockings/Brooklyn Atlantics 26
Balks Henry Luff New Haven Elm Citys 2
Runs Allowed Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 421
Earned Runs Allowed Bobby Mathews New York Mutuals 168
Earned Run Average Al Spalding Boston Red Stockings 1.52
Walks plus Hits
per Inning Pitched
Joe Borden Philadelphia Whites 0.818

[edit] Notable events

Seasons of the National Association of Professional Base Ball Players
1871 · 1872 · 1873 · 1874 · 1875
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